Sixty-four percent of students were awarded top A Level grades of A*-B, and outperformed targets with an outstanding 35% of all grades at the highest level of A*/A.
The majority of students got into their first choice university, with some impressive individual achievements including Tom Critchley who got three A*s and has been accepted at Oxford University to read mathematics; Lloyd Kelly who will read mathematics at the University of Bristol after gaining A* grades in all four of his A Levels.
Also attending the University of Bristol will be Emma Bowman who will read law after getting 1A* and 3As; and Caitlin Bodfish who got the same will read combined honours in arts (English and Spanish) at Durham University.
Matthew Hill will pursue a medical degree at Lancaster University with his 1 A* and 2 A results; and Sarah Overy who got the same results will read nutrition and food science at the University of Nottingham.
Richard Greenbury who got three As, will read economics and finance at the University of Leeds, while Stephen Pover who also got three As, will study accounting and financial management at the University of Sheffield.
Stuart Russell will use his three As to read economics at the University of Birmingham and Oliver Tyler who also got 3 As, will read management at the University of Leeds.
Other courses Tarporley students will be pursuing at university this year include engineering, fashion design, architecture, politics, philosophy, biochemistry, American studies, German, speech pathology and therapy, archaeology, Spanish, advertising, agriculture, history, teaching, pharmacy and English.
Jason Lowe, director of sixth form, said: “Today has been an absolute pleasure for us here at school. They have been an outstanding year group who have not only developed academically during their time here at Tarporley, but also personally, as individuals.
“Our students have contributed so much to the life of the school and to the local community, and are frequently praised for their mature approach, their teamwork and their leadership.
“Today is a fitting reward for all their hard work, supported by their families and the dedicated staff at the school. I would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success in their next pathway in life. We really will miss them all.”A Level results 2015: Chester Catholic High School